Northgate community members are invited to give feedback
on plans for two upcoming projects--the major expansion of
the Northgate Mall and the Coordinated Transportation Investment
Plan for the Northgate area. These plans will be presented
at a public forum, hosted by the Northgate Stakeholders Group,
Tuesday, Nov. 9, 6-9 p.m.
North Seattle Community College Cafeteria
(located in the College Center Building)
The first hour of the forum will be an open house, with stakeholders
and City staff available to answer questions. The remainder
of the meeting will focus on the topics listed above. This
is the second forum hosted by the stakeholders and the City
The stakeholders, a citizen advisory group to the Mayor and
City Council, also will report to the community on:
- accomplishments since the May 13 community forum, including
how the publics input was used in developing stakeholder
group advice and how the City has used that advice; and
- Northgate-related projects and proposals including:
- the new library and community center;
- Thornton Creek Water Quality Channel and the Lorig
- Open Space and Pedestrian Connections Plan completion;
- the 5th Avenue Northeast Streetscape project; and
- the appointment of Benson Shaw as Northgates
Northgate Stakeholder Group Meeting Nov. 18
Following the forum, the stakeholder group is scheduled to
finalize its advice to the City on the Northgate Mall redevelopment
proposal at its next meeting on Thursday, Nov. 18, 4-7 p.m.,
at North Seattle Community College, Room ED2843A (in the Dr.
Peter Ku Education Building). The public is welcome to attend
all regular stakeholders working sessions.
The Northgate Stakeholders Group will continue
its work through 2005, and plans to advise the City on several
issues and proposals important to the success of the area.